Today's Lovin' Local takes us just over the city line to Dengeos. The Skokie hotspot is popular for it's homestyle cooking.
The government handed out $521 billion through the paycheck protection program, a crucial piece of the government's $2 trillion rescue package.
During this pandemic, most people have become obsessed with sanitation and reducing their risk of infection. There's one Chicago company that's been doing that before we even knew what coronavirus was.
Today's edition of Lovin' Local takes us to Winnetka, where a loyal customer base has been key in helping True Juice survive the pandemic. Owner and operator Whitney Fitzgerald talks about it.
Black-owned businesses are enjoying a surge in support amid the national reckoning on racism sparked by George Floyd’s killing in Minneapolis.
In today's Lovin' Local we are vising a north suburban institution. Michael's Grill and Salad Bar in Highland Park has been around since 1977.
It may not be in the city, but those who go to this sandwich shop in Plainfield and Oswego swear it's worth the drive. In today’s Lovin Local, we're showcasing the Cheesecake Store. Owner Steve Buresh joined Good Day to share why folks love what they are serving up.
Today's Lovin Local takes us up to Waukegan where a beloved pizza joint has been serving up pies for decades! Quonset Pizza co-owners Jeremiah Johnson and Tyler Shadden talk about their pizzeria.
Chicago’s restaurants will be allowed to serve limited numbers of diners indoors beginning next week, which is earlier than expected, Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Friday.
One of the best rooftop bars in Chicago is up and running after the long COVID-19 closing. Bernie's Chicago on Orleans is ready for a fun summer and GM Mark O'Sullivan has all the details.
Friday's Lovin Local stop is in Schaumburg, where one micro gym is ready to get you back in shape! Precision Training's owner and founder Wade Merrill talks about it.
Illinoisans struggling to pay mortgages and rent and small businesses, all impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, will have access to $900 million in grants, Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced Wednesday.
Tattoo artists Ryun King and Jeremiah Swift recently extended a deal on Facebook as a way to take a stance on the Black Lives Matter movement.
It's a staple in downtown Bartlett and getting set to celebrate 37 years of business. Today's Lovin Local takes us to Banbury Fair!
His store was wrecked by looters, but a Bronzeville businessman now plans a grand reopening this weekend.
The online review site will be launching a new free searchable attribute to give businesses a way to identify themselves as Black-owned.
Many Chicago business owners were hit hard by looting and vandalism after the weekend of protests and rioting. They have received an outpouring of love and support from people who want to help them rebuild but some say it's just not enough. Bronzeville attorney Lester Barclay talks about what happened and what's really needed to support the community.
Looking to help South Side businesses that suffered damage during last week’s unrest, the non-profit Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives has launched the Small Business Repair Program. The group’s president, David Doig, talks about it.
A professor at the University of Chicago claims the city could have saved the same number of lives from the coronavirus with a smaller shutdown that would have killed far fewer jobs.
The unemployment rate dropped to a better-than-expected 13.3%, but that is still on par with what the nation witnessed during the Great Depression.